Author Archive | Ken Warren

 Forget the past and preach the positive. That’s the approach Ottawa Senators goaltender Craig Anderson is taking as he returns to the net Sunday afternoon against the Carolina Hurricanes at Scotiabank Place. After giving up four goals on eight shots and receiving the quick hook from coach Paul MacLean in Friday’s 6-3 loss to the [...]

PITTSBURGH – Brothers Milan and Zbynek Michalek talked over turkey on Thanksgiving Day here Thursday, but both could have stood to win the wishbone, as well. Wishing for good injury luck, that is. Milan, the Senators’ 26-year-old sniper, and Zbynek, the Pittsburgh Penguins’ 28-year-old defenceman, have both had more than their share of injuries during [...]

PITTSBURGH – When Sidney Crosby takes the ice Saturday night at the Bell Centre against the Montreal Canadiens, it will be his fourth game in six nights since returning from his long concussion absence. You won’t hear Crosby whining about how taxing the schedule is. He wouldn’t have it any other way. “That’s part of [...]

Turns out, Nikita Filatov isn’t going away quietly, after all. Filatov, who is expected to meet with Ottawa Senators general manager Bryan Murray to discuss his future within the organization — whether he stays in North America or goes back home to play in the Kontinental Hockey League — scored a goal and two assists [...]

PITTSBURGH – Pick your poison, Stephane Da Costa. As eye-opening experiences go, the Ottawa Senators’ 22-year-old rookie centre is in for a dandy here Friday against the Pittsburgh Penguins. He’ll be matched up against either Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin or Jordan Staal, the young stars who make up the most impressive trio of centres in [...]